Pink Parade in Weston

The 7th annual Weekend to End Women’s Cancers walkathon brought thousands of pink-clad and boisterous women (and a few pink-clad and boisterous men!) through Weston.

Residents came out early in the morning to cheer walkers on. Most wore pink in support, but a few went all out. One young woman dressed up like an enormous baby and broke out her best dance moves to keep the walkers motivated.

The participants covered 60km over two days, going from the Princes Gates to Downsview Park and back to The Ex. This year, more than 4600 walkers raised nearly $11 million for Princess Margaret Hospital cancer research.

Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.